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Hull and East Yorkshire Credit Union is a successful expanding member-owned organisation dedicated to providing quality financial services to our 10,000+ members. We are keen to recruit people who share our values and would enjoy helping to grow the worldwide credit union movement.
East Riding Project Officer x 2
Part time (Fixed contract to December 2015)
Part time (Fixed contract to December 2015)
£2,290 per year
7 hours per week (normally over two mornings, term time only)
(Role #1) Holderness – Withernsea, Hornsea, Hedon; and
(Role #2) Haltemprice – Hessle, Anlaby/Willerby, Cottingham
We are looking for reliable and enthusiastic persons to set up and run school savings clubs and help to promote Credit Union membership and services in the Holderness and Haltemprice areas of
These positions would suit a self-motivated person who has:
- a good standard of general education;
- excellent communication skills;
- a flair for organising;
- knowledge and/or experience of financial services.
Someone who is familiar with a school environment and perhaps has links with the local schools and/or children’s centres would especially enjoy this role.
Due to the nature of the work, a Disclosure and Barring Check (DBS) will be required.
Closing date 31 October 2014. Interviews w/c 3 November 2014.
If you’re passionate about the values of the credit union movement and have the time and determination to help HEYCU build on its' successes - we’d like to hear from you! Our Board comprises 12 non-executive volunteer directors who are legally responsible for the governance of the credit union and its strategic direction and policies.
If you’re passionate about the values of the credit union movement and have the time and determination to help HEYCU build on its' successes - we’d like to hear from you!
Our Board comprises 12 non-executive volunteer directors who are legally responsible for the governance of the credit union and its strategic direction and policies.
In the interests of an effective skills balance we are especially keen to hear from people with accountancy skills and business experience.
To find out more about the role and what’s involved see our role profile.
You could also call our Chief Executive on 01482 778753 for an informal chat.
This year’s nominations for directors must be sent in by Monday 24 November, for elections at the AGM on 9 December.
To find out about being a volunteer in general, see our Be a Volunteer guide.
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We are working with East Riding Council on an exciting project to establish school banks in the primary schools in Goole and Howdenshire.
Would you like to help the next generation to catch the savings habit early in life and develop a healthy attitude to looking after money?
We need volunteers to help with our Quids In project aimed at bringing financial skills and confidence to social tenants in the city of Hull.
Could you help to train groups and individuals in financial skills,
For an informal chat, please email Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01482 778753 on Mondays or Wednesdays.
The Committee is looking for someone who has a little time on their hands i.e. about eight hours per week to help it achieve its annual objectives. This special person should preferably have a professional accountancy qualification but have internal audit experience. They should be motivated, methodical and computer literate; have an enquiring/analytical mind, and have good communications skills; all these skills are needed to complete the following activities:
to maintain an Audit Plan and to complete testing through the year
to attend some of the Board meetings to represent the members of the Credit Union (there are 11 Board meetings per year which start at 6pm and last for up to 2 hours) and to assure the Board that progress is being made with the Audit Plan and to report any serious issues to them
to write reports to the Chief Executive informing him of the tests completed, the results of the testing and any recommendations to be made to improve procedures
to maintain good working papers for examination by the external auditor
to liaise with the external auditor
to develop, coach and supervise other Supervisory Committee members
to report to the members at the Annual General Meeting usually held in December
Knowledge of the Credit Union Law and principles would be an advantage but courses/training will be given on this subject and in the use of the Credit Union’s software packages.
We have a voluntary group of supporters called HEY Leaders who act as our local champions and help us in some or all of these ways. To become a HEY Leader, all you have to do is provide us with your e-mail address and we’ll send you a monthly newsletter and any posters or leaflets that you may need. The time commitment can be as much or as little as you choose. Any help you can give will be much appreciated, and you’ll be playing a vital role in growing The Fairer Alternative.
Becoming a Credit Union HEY Leader could help you:
- gain new skills
- access training opportunities
- meet new people
- make new friends
- gain experience working in a financial services environment
- enhance your career prospects.
- distributing leaflets around your neighbourhood;
- encouraging your family and friends to join;
- putting up posters and newsletters on notice boards at your place of work, church or local community centre;
- giving talks about the Credit Union to community groups;
- keeping a stock of Credit Union leaflets and forms handy to give to your colleagues and associates on request;
- being someone who can answer simple queries from members and prospective members, or put them in touch with Central Office.
If you are interested, and would like an informal chat about possibilities, please contact us on 01482 778753 or email email@example.com